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Gold 'N Hot Professional Pressing Comb Stove Iron
By Gold 'N Hot
Sally Item # SBS-255339
- Online Price: $17.99
- Beauty Club Card $15.99
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- Maximum control while straightening and pressing
- Gold-plated steel for maximum heat retention
- Perfectly balanced for ease of operation
- Ergonomic handle
Made of the finest and smoothest steel the Gold 'N Hot Professional Pressing Comb distributes heat evenly and sustains high heats for long-lasting styles.Designed for maximum control while straightening and pressing. Ergonomic handle is designed to avoid hand fatigue. Features wedged teeth for pressing and straightening.
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DOES NOTHING I bought this product at my local Sally's and I must say it was a waste of money. I am an African American with 3c shoulder length hair and I have eighteen inch, human hair extensions that I wear with it. I like to have my hair straight, so I just started, washing, blow drying and straightening it and I've been looking for the right heating tool to blend my real hair with my extensions (instead of spending $60 at the salon every week.) I used to have the InStyler which did not work and I thought this product would work because it was a "hot comb" but I was sadly mistaken. This pressing comb really didn't do much straightening to my hair after blow drying other then making it feel really soft to the touch with the help of the products I'm using in my hair. I would NOT recommend this to an African American friend and I really don't know if it straightens other types of hair or not. This product really disappointed me. Also it takes FOREVER to heat up!!!! February 13, 2013
Returning ASAP I did not like this comb. I used it on my daughter and she kept complaining about it hurting. Then when I used it on myself I understood what she meant. It snags and pulls the hair which was really not what I expected. I've never had a straightening comb do that before. Very unhappy. February 5, 2013
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